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Denise Richards slammed by angry fans after unfortunate star violated COVID guidelines

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Denise Richards has been criticized by angry fans after she ignored health and safety instructions when she boarded a flight in the United States on Sunday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) precautionary advice warns anyone traveling inside, outside, and across the United States to wear nose and mouth protection during the coronavirus pandemic in Classes.

But Richards, 50, opted to cover his face with a coat on a plane trip over the weekend, and his subsequent Instagram post sparked understandable outrage from social media followers.

Making her own rules: Denise Richards was criticized by enraged fans after ignoring health and safety instructions when boarding a flight in the United States on Sunday

Sharing a selfie of her face without a mask, the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star justified: “Anyone who is upset that I [am] do not wear a mask. I’m hiding under a hoodie [sic] a huge winter coat. Please. Thicker than any mask !!!!!! ‘

Denise is believed to have traveled from Oklahoma, where there is currently no mask warrant, to California, where masks are required.

Mask mandates in Oklahoma’s largest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, ended on April 30 and May 1, respectively.

Only eight of the fifty U.S. states – California, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Washington – currently require people to wear masks in public places, regardless of their vaccination status.

In California, where Denise lives with her family, it is mandatory for anyone over the age of two to wear face masks in all indoor public spaces.

More than 806,000 U.S. citizens have lost their lives to COVID-19 since the global epidemic was declared a pandemic in March 2020, out of an average of 51.1 million recorded cases across the country.

With the new Omicron variant currently wreaking havoc in the United States, travelers are still advised to protect themselves and others by wearing face covers at all times while taking up space in any mode of public transport.

Not happy: Social media followers expressed outrage after seeing her latest post

Not happy: Social media followers expressed outrage after seeing her latest post

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): travel guidelines

All passengers of public means of transport (for example, planes, ships *, ferries, trains, subways, buses, taxis, carpools) traveling to their destination, inside or outside United States (including United States territories) as well as transport operators (for example, crew, drivers, drivers, and other workers involved in the operation of conveyances), regardless of their immunization status, are required to wear a mask over the nose and mouth. Unless otherwise specified by the operator or the federal, state, tribal, territorial or local government, persons are not required to wear a mask when in areas outside a conveyance (if such areas exist on the means of transport).

All persons, including workers and members of the public, regardless of their immunization status, are required to wear a mask when entering or when in interior areas of transport hubs (e.g. airports, train stations or ferry, train or subway stations, seaports, ports of entry) in the United States and the United States. Unless otherwise specified by the operator or the federal, state, tribal, territorial or local government, individuals are not required to wear a mask when in areas outside of a transportation hub.

While people are no longer required to wear a mask outdoors in transportation or outside in transportation hubs, the CDC continues to recommend that people who are not fully immunized wear a mask in transit. these areas to protect themselves and others. In areas with high COVID-19 cases, fully vaccinated people should consider wearing a mask in crowded outdoor environments and for activities with close contact with other people who are not fully vaccinated.

* Information taken from the CDC

Direct: Some have called the actress

Straight up: Some called the actress a “dumb” for choosing not to follow CDC’s protocol regarding face coverings on public transport

The sobering statistics led a distinctly indignant follower to comment: “You are a clown! ”

While a second added: “Wear a mask please. Private companies have the right to set rules.

Referring to Denise’s engineer husband Aaron Phypers, a third joked, “Do you think Aaron told Denise Richards what the cure for covid is or is he keeping that to himself for now.”

Another warned, “You’d better take a break or fire yourself for subjecting others to a protocol violation.” Your germ infested coat is no fucking mask.

Dividing: Richards opts to cover his face with a coat on a plane trip this weekend

Division: Richards chose to cover his face with a coat on a plane trip this weekend

Troubled: The divisional post comes after Denise admitted she was not happy that her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars continued to name her, a year after leaving the show

Troubled: The divisional post comes after Denise admitted she was not happy that her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars continued to name her, a year after leaving the show

The divisional post comes after Denise admitted she was not happy that her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars continued to name her, a year after leaving the show.

“Denise is not thrilled that her name is mentioned at the reunion or even this season,” an insider told Us Weekly on Thursday.

The source added that the mother of three “believes that the producers provoked the conversation between Garcelle [Beauvais] and [Lisa] Rinna just to give them something dramatic to tell this season.

Old times: Richards was a regular in seasons nine and ten, but has since left the show

Old times: Richards was a regular in seasons nine and ten, but has since left the show

Richards even reportedly joked, “Am I paid for every time my name appears?” And she meant it.

“She thinks she should be paid if she has to be mentioned,” the insider revealed of the actress, who fled the show after Brandi Glanville claimed she had a one-night stand, which Richards vehemently denied.

Richards, who has been married to Aaron Phypers since 2018, announced his shocking departure from the show in September 2020 after rumors about the alleged affair.